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[texts]Ashland Theological Journal (1993 - 1998) (Volume Vol. 25-30) - Baker, David W.
The Ashland Theological Bulletin is the voice of Ashland Theological Seminary. It's intent is to scholarly works, reviews and other essays of the Seminary faculty.
Keywords: Theology--Periodicals
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[texts]Ashland Theological Journal (2005 - 2010) (Volume Vol. 37- Vol 42) - Baker, David W.
The Ashland Theological Bulletin is the voice of Ashland Theological Seminary. It's intent is to scholarly works, reviews and other essays of the Seminary faculty.
Keywords: Theology--Periodicals
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[texts]Ashland Theological Journal (1999 - 2004) (Volume Vol. 31- Vol. 36) - Baker, David W.
The Ashland Theological Bulletin is the voice of Ashland Theological Seminary. It's intent is to scholarly works, reviews and other essays of the Seminary faculty.
Keywords: Theology--Periodicals
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[texts]Physician counseling of young adults with rapid weight gain: a retrospective cohort study. (Volume 11) - Tang, Joyce W
This article is from BMC Family Practice, volume 11.AbstractBackground: The incidence of weight gain is highest during young adulthood. Our study aims to describe weight gain patterns among young adults and to evaluate physician recognition of and counseling for rapid weight gain. Methods: This retrospective cohort study included patients ages 18-35 at an academic internal medicine clinic between 2004-2008...
[texts]Empiric antibiotic, mechanical ventilation, and central venous catheter duration as potential factors mediating the effect of a checklist prompting intervention on mortality: an exploratory analysis. (Volume 12) - Weiss, Curtis H
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 12.AbstractBackground: Checklists are clinical decision support tools that improve process of care and patient outcomes. We previously demonstrated that prompting critical care physicians to address issues on a daily rounding checklist that were being overlooked reduced utilization of empiric antibiotics and mechanical ventilation, and reduced risk-adjusted mortality and length of stay...
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[texts]Design of a randomized controlled trial to assess the comparative effectiveness of a multifaceted intervention to improve adherence to colorectal cancer screening among patients cared for in a community health center. (Volume 13) - Baker, David W
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 13.AbstractBackground: Colorectal cancer (CRC) is common and leads to significant morbidity and mortality. Although screening with fecal occult blood testing (FOBT) or endoscopy has been shown to decrease CRC mortality, screening rates remain suboptimal. Screening rates are particularly low for people with low incomes and members of underrepresented minority groups...
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[texts]Comparison of a one-time educational intervention to a teach-to-goal educational intervention for self-management of heart failure: design of a randomized controlled trial. (Volume 9) - DeWalt, Darren A
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 9.AbstractBackground: Heart failure (HF) is common, costly and associated with significant morbidity and poor quality of life, particularly for patients with low socioeconomic status. Self-management training has been shown to reduce HF related morbidity and hospitalization rates, but there is uncertainty about how best to deliver such training and what patients benefit...
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[texts]Self-reported recall and daily diary-recorded measures of weight monitoring adherence: associations with heart failure-related hospitalization. (Volume 14) - Jones, Christine D
This article is from BMC Cardiovascular Disorders, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Weight monitoring is an important element of HF self-care, yet the most clinically meaningful way to evaluate weight monitoring adherence is uncertain. We conducted this study to evaluate the association of (1) self-reported recall and (2) daily diary-recorded weight monitoring adherence with heart failure-related (HF-related) hospitalization...
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